Interested in a BMW M7? You Can't Have One, but You Can Get G-Power's Tuned 750i Instead

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Photo: Instagram | G-Power
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A new BMW 7 Series is out and getting ready to blow two candles off its birthday cake. However, G-Power has decided to ignore its controversial design and tune the heck out of its predecessor.
You may be wondering what is new on the pictured car. After all, it retains the large grille, the bumpers, and so on. Even the wheels look very similar to the OEM offering, though they are a bit larger from what we can tell, with the five double-spoke set equipping this flagship sedan sporting rubber band tires.

On a second look, some novelties, albeit discreet ones, make a tiny difference. Can't spot them? Well, the BMW roundels were removed, and in their place, G-Power installed new ones that feature their logo. The tuner's signature is also visible under the hood, and for very good reasons, as this 7 Series boasts way more power than the stock one.

Before revealing the new magic numbers, we have to highlight the fact that you are looking at the 750i. This version of the car uses a 4.4-liter V8 engine with twin turbos, which produces 444 hp (450 ps/331 kW) in the pre-facelifted iteration and 523 hp (530 ps/390 kW) in the mid-cycle refresh, with the respective torque standing at 479 and 553 pound-foot (650/750 Nm).

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Photo: Instagram | G-Power
As a result, it was already punchy when it left the factory floor. Nevertheless, G-Power, or the car's owner, decided this 7er needed to throw a more serious punch. As a result, it features the tuner's GP-670 package, which unlocks 661 hp (670 ps/493 kW) and 664 pound-feet (900 Nm) of torque. If you know a thing or two about Bimmers, then you are aware that it is more powerful than the era's Alpina B7, so you can consider it an unofficial M7.

This isn't the top-of-the-line oily upgrade for the G11/G12 7er, as G-Power has additional power boosts on its shelves for the Bavarian auto marque's flagship sedan. The punchiest brings 739 hp (750 ps/552 kW) to the party, accompanied by 848 lb-ft (1,050 Nm) of torque. There is also a 670 hp (680 ps/500 kW) proposal, as well as others for additional versions of the car, including the 740i and 730i.

G-Power hasn't mentioned whether this BMW 7 Series is looking for a new home, so it is possible that it was modified at the request of its owner. As for how much one would need to pay for a similar power boost on their 750i (or other variants), the answer lies on the tuner's official website. Interested parties can also contact them to learn about the Benjamins. So, does this flagship Bimmer sport a perfect aftermarket touch? We sure think so.

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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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